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Re: dog bite healed
Posted by: craftsman (IP Logged)
Date: March 27, 2009 03:02PM

My hand is healed up. One small area still has a bit of a bump that stings once in a while - maybe infection, maybe a tiny bone chip? - but it's OK...

Good enough that I've been able to continue knitting on the socks I started a while ago. I'm trying out various heel styles and short row techniques to see what I like best. (I've been checking various web sites, including Cat Bordhi's videos on youtube, to learn different methods.)

Thanks for asking.

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